Computer support in Shelly Beach
Just when you need it the most, your computer seems to give up the ghost, Buzz A Geek can help with all your Computer Repair and IT Service needs. Setting up a home WiFi service, connecting TV's and hard drives, laptops, iTunes and Sonos or other wireless speaker devices. Extend the wireless broadcast around the house from weak to strong and even outside down the paddock or in the shed.
What ever your needs:
Buzz A Geek is your local computer repair and support services company
We provide the best computer service and repair in Shelly Beach
Up front costs so there are no nasty surprises, and our geeks speak English not techno babble, so you can understand what is happening.
Our geeks are highly qualified in the problems that you are having and trained to aid you any way they can. Ask them questions, nothing is too silly, if you don't know the answer then it is not a silly question.
No job to big or too small
and much more, ask your questions and we will provide you with the answers you need.
We service homes, small to medium business and come to you so that you don't have to dismantle your computer to bring it in to the shop, saving you hassle and time, we can have you up and running again in no time. All costs are discussed up front so there are no nasty surprises
Give Buzz A Geek a call on 1300 738 570 or use the contact form above, and we will get back to you very soon.
You have nothing to lose except a headache and a poorly performing computer
Welcome to the Buzz A Geek Family
As a small business I do my bookwork at odd hours, and I rely on technology during that time. I felt terrible calling in the evening, and when I got the answering service I was sure that I wouldn't be able to continue until the next day, but a Buzz A Geek techo called back and was able to get me up and running again straight away and came and fixed the problem the next day after I got home from work! Thanks Geek.
S. Anderson - Warana, QLD 2010
DID YOU KNOW?
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